Romolo Del Deo
After many years sculpting in Italy, Boston and NYC, Romolo Del Deo, a Provincetown native,has recently returned here to live and build a new studio. He studied from childhood with his father, Salvatore Del Deo, who was schooled in the Hawthorne tradition through his studies with Edwin Dickinson and Henry Hensche. In his teens, Romolo’s interest in sculpture led him to apprentice as a stone sculptor in Italy, where he also attended the Florence Academy of Fine Arts’ School of the Figure. He has studied and taught at Harvard University, where he was appointed an Artist in Residence. He now teaches and lectures on sculpting and theory internationally, and has been the recipient of many awards and grants, Locally, he is represented by the Berta Walker Gallery, where he is a featured artist.